Pinklollilolli needs advice about friends
Pinklollilolli has an important question. Let's try to help!
First of all, I like your screen name! Second of all, I'm so glad there's a little bit of good news in your question. The good news is, you have five nice girls in mind that you would like to be friends with. The truth is that friends come and go. Sometimes it's a slow process where you and the other person gradually move on to other places and people. But once in a while, it's quick and that hurts.
I need help! I just lost my BFF, who was my only friend. She said she doesn't want to be close friends anymore, and never talks to me. So I obviously need new some new friends! There is this group of 5 or so girls who are really nice, and I want to be included with them. Any tips on how to become friends with them without being pushy and annoying? It's really hard to make friends at my school because everyone already has friendship groups with no room for more :(
Please talk to a grownup, like a parent or school counselor. It can help a lot when an adult knows you are having struggles.
Let's focus on helping you find other people to hang around with. It's great that you know that being pushy is not the way to go. Go slow by hanging around with those nice girls a little more than usual. You might even say, "Do you mind if I eat lunch with you today?" or something like that.
Also, think of other people who you like to be with and spend time with them. Is there a cousin you love? Or a friend who you don't see as often because she doesn't go to your school? Even good old brothers and sisters can fill in when you are looking for someone to hang out with.
Again, when you tell a parent or teacher, then they can help you match up with people you like. Maybe there's a person at school that you never thought of being friends with before. And there' no better way to meet someone than to say something nice about them. Do you admire the way she kicks a soccer ball or the decorations in her locker? Then say so. It could start a friend-building conversation.
What else, Pink Locker girls?